In the Age of Inequality, Goldman’s CEO Offers An Unexpected Lesson

July 20, 2018 via The Washington Post

Lloyd Blankfein, who is stepping down as chief executive of Goldman Sachs, personified the era of economic inequality. At a time when average Americans are struggling to make wage gains, Blankfein was paid tens of millions every year, and his firm catered to the wealthiest of Americans.

This country could use more people like Blankfein.

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